This prestigious award recognizes educators in the U.S., Canada and Mexico for their significant contributions to the field of education based on the following five parameters: (1) overall reach, (2) industry impact, (3) spirit of innovation, (4) future readiness and (5) market demand.
Bhati, who is also an associate professor in higher education administration and the College’s liaison for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), will be conferred with the award at the GFEL USA 2020, which will be held at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Dec. 8–10, 2020.
GFEL, a subsidiary of Prism Events, offers an ideal opportunity for the confluence of educationists, edtech innovators, thought leaders and academicians who are adding significant value to the global education sector. The conference strives to unveil groundbreaking innovations and delve into the depths of knowledge sharing to build the future of imparting education.
As education holds a significant position in the policies of nations across the world, GFEL empowers participants to develop the capacity to solve complex education challenges related issues globally.